Maryland set to begin Locksley era versus neighboring Howard

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — It’s time for Michael Locksley to find out what kind of football team he’s got in his first year as Maryland’s head coach.
“I was hired about nine months ago, and I’ve said many times, this is a dream job for me,” Locksley said. “Now it’s become a reality. I’m excited to see where we are as a program.”
Following a miserable 2018 season, the Terrapins start anew Saturday with a home game against neighboring Howard, which also features a head coach in his debut at the school.

Locksley was hired in December to take over a team that was 5-3 before losing its final four games, and that wasn’t nearly the worst of it. Offensive lineman Jordan McNair died of heatstroke following a spring workout, launching an overhaul of the program that included the firing of coach DJ Durkin following an external investigation of the culture of the team.
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